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Re: HEADS UP: Website Overhaul

From: David Cuthbert <dacut@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 00:56:20 -0500

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Chris Pressey wrote:
 > CSS2's max-width, for some value of "readable".  (Deja-vu...)

Yeah, therein's the crux.  800 px might be fine with my font, but not
for someone who's using a system for the visually impaired which is
using 32 pt fonts.

 > In the meantime, you could (shock! horror!) resize your browser
 > window.

That's what I do.  It gets quite annoying, though, after about the
fifth time I've had to resize after clicking on a link.  Especially to
do it in such a way that doesn't obscure the other windows I'm using.

Which brings up another issue with window managers, but I'll let that lie.

 > It's a shame this discussion isn't on docs@ - it might be halfway
 > relevant there, and it would liven up the place...

Ha!  The last time I started a discussion on docs, it ended up right 
back on kernel.  It was about trying to get some documentation into 
OpenDoc format, no less.

Ah, well.  Sometimes putting things in their proper place is like 
bailing out a ship with a web browser.  No matter how many times you 
click and drag the pail icon overboard, your ship is still sinking. :-)


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